Imagine your children waking up over Christmas and pulling back the curtains to reveal a winter wonderland of snow-decked Christmas trees. Imagine an unforgettable encounter with Santa Claus in his secret cabin, deep in the heart of snowy Lapland.
Everybody dreams of a white Christmas and we have a few special departures to Lapland, leaving on the 23rd December, where you can have a white Christmas like no other. A land of snowmobile safaris, husky trips, reindeer sleigh rides, and endless fun in the snow awaits for you and your family – as well as the magical search for Santa and, on the big day itself, a special Christmas Dinner. Here’s your chance for a Christmas that will live long in the memory!
- 40-minute Husky Experience
- 40-minute Snowmobile Adventure
- Reindeer sleigh ride
- Private family meeting with Santa
- Gift for children
- Christmas Dinner
- Four nights full-board accommodation
- Snow activities including tobogganing
What we love
- A spell-bindingly magical search for Santa on Christmas Day itself.
- The children loved the kids’ snowmobiles – hours of fun!
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Spending Christmas in Lapland, deep inside the Arctic Circle, will provide all your family with special memories they will treasure forever. What better present could you give them? Your Christmas in Lapland will be filled with activities to keep your children enthralled throughout this very special time of year, not least setting out in search of the grand old man himself.
Waking up in Lapland on Christmas Day is only part of your short break with Transun. There is so much more included. From a Husky Experience to a Search for Santa, from a memorable Christmas Dinner to a Snowmobile Adventure, your four-night break is filled with magical experiences.
Optional Excursions & Extras
Frequently Asked Questions
How much snow can I expect?
Snow falls in Lapland between October and May and it is common to find thick snow cover in December. However, it is also possible that there may be a period of warmer weather, especially given the effects of global warming, which may cause the snow and ice to melt before the next snowfall.
How accurate is the brochure and this web page?
Details within the brochure and online are correct at the time of going to press. All excursions and itineraries are subject to alteration and withdrawal in response to local conditions, timings and demand. We cannot accept any liability for opening times of places of interest during your visit. All breaks are subject to Transun’s Terms and Conditions and Frequently Asked Questions (listed on each tour). Prices/discounts are subject to change and are confirmed at the time of booking. Throughout this brochure ‘child’ prices etc. refer to all children aged two to fifteen years inclusive, unless stated otherwise. If you have booked/are booking based on our Preview brochure, you should call to check updated travel arrangements and itineraries.